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Method for Rooting the Aviator


  1. Zebulon

    Zebulon Well-Known Member

    I haven't tried it, but there seems to be a root method for the Aviator swirling around the interweb. If you're braver than I am, give it a go and report back!

    Root Samsung Galaxy S Aviator

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  2. Now534

    Now534 Active Member

    This method Soft Bricks the phone from what i have seen from a few sites. The creator of that root is not sure if it works or not since he doesn't have the Aviator.
  3. Zebulon

    Zebulon Well-Known Member

    Good to know... I saw a few reports of it bricking the phones, but I didn't realize that the dev didn't even have access to an Aviator. Seems kinda silly to try to develop for a device that you can't even test on.
  4. Now534

    Now534 Active Member

    AFAIK the devoloper had it for the Charge
  5. jaydensdaddy

    jaydensdaddy New Member

    Are there no updates? Does anyone know if there is a developer working on this? I was going to bring my Aviator back to USCC for the GS2 since it's rather laggy with the bloatware on it, but since I dropped it the other day and chipped some of the housing, seems I'm stuck with it now. I do, however, love the 4GLTE and can showoff to people with Verizon or AT&T who don't have it here yet. I'd love to be able to have this thing rooted, debloated, and maybe a custom ROM installed. I'd do it myself but I am not at all familiar with the coding.
  6. Zebulon

    Zebulon Well-Known Member

    Yeah, if somebody could port AOKP over to this phone, I would just about be in heaven.
  7. Now534

    Now534 Active Member

    If we could find firmware it should be easy to make a rom and root it i would think.
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